1,450 Convenience Stores Renovated Under Village Program
Some 1,450 convenience stores in small settlements in Hungary have been renovated with the help of the government's Hungarian Village Program, worth more than HUF 50 billion.
Government commissioner responsible for developing modern settlements Alpár Gyopáros said that the initiative primarily supports the "rescue" of shops selling essential consumer goods operating in villages, as well as their renovation and equipment purchases, according to a report by profitline.hu.
He added that around 100 settlements where businesses of this type were closed in recent years are participating in the program, but with the launch of the support system, these commercial units have reopened.
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